Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 30, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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"•"r>« riiliF >UCkETT D«/8«rvlM DAVIS ESTERN SHARES ilfled income Fund -available from 1. S. BATES Ifibway 67,We»t for Salt 7-2381 4D USED P.rt. - • • d Balers kj« f.' ^ •'large, ttock of fp v r all truck* -- w Come in and iss Installed ithP eight g-or y^ur, car or ye if installed s & Salvage Co. 19, weekday qfjemopn (noyflble in ad- in Jpispt'and neighboring * OAKG.KEST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF IATTRBSS renovation and Inner- iprlng work Cobb Mattress Co. 110 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf THREE room house, 4 blocks from business section. $15 per jP.f V^sey. ' \ Pec-18-1 rno. H Sf Aft, HOMr ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED V T "AMHtrft Si In Office Day Before Publicatloft iBfil fxiyable In %lff be accepted <unu 6cC&h*ldoCt** *ith the unit payable CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per inch 3 times 60c per Inch 4 times . . .. Sue per inch Rotes quoted obove ore for con- Mcutive insertions. Irregular or skip- dole ods will take the one-day rate. , All doily classified advertising copy, will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise at edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of One or more letters/ groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible, for errors In Want Ads unless errors ore "''colled to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Service will be held at Beebee Memorial CME Church Friday night, December 31; The public is invited. The Rev. T. J. Rhone, pastor. • • - • Funeral Directors HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAU ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 tor bur itgenta A23-1 Mo. Services Offered IAJLPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. " 10-1 Mo. water well service, any size or'depth, see or write O. T. •Clark, Cale, Ark. 19-tf EBTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any time. Phone Prospect 7-9989. Dec. 6-1 Mo. REPAIR, sales arid service. Cliffo^4 B, Evans. 2112 Junction City Rd. El Dorado,.Ark. DEC. 17-lMo. For Rent LARGE house located "at 622 W. Division. Wade Warren, Phone 7-854:7, or 7-2085. , . 23-6t room furnished apartment, private bath,' 420 Edgewood. CaU 7-3845, 7-2367 or 7-2775 after six. • - 27-tf *EWLY decorated unfurnished apa.rtm.ent. Private bath. Bills paid. Phone 7-3696. From 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. phone 7-9934. 15-tf , 4 rooms and bath. 115 N. Pine. Phone 7-2424, : 30-3t south bedroom, innerspring mattress, adjoining bath. $6 per week. 3rd & Pine, Phone 7-2115. 30-3t QARAQE apartment, furnished living rpom, bedroom, kitchen and b^th. Small screen porch. Gar- aee. Phone 7-2644 30-3t For Sole APPLIANCES • Toasters • Mixers • Waffle Irons • Steam and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. • Everything in G-E Dormeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY • • COMPANY. ONE male Doberman Pincher dog. 2 years old. Owner leaving for overseas duty. Selling for best offer. 906 Diary. 24-6t PURE bred Holstein bulls from high producing registered Holstein cows. Everrett Ward, Prescott, Ark. 27-12t Business For Sale JL COMPLETE blacksmith sale. See Henry Pickjflt, ffocky Mound,, i'ui*' Wftnlcd to Buy SMALL used safe.- Write Box D, Hope Star, <4 20-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner ^ Phone 7-6830 Or brlnq Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Horn* Miss Louise Brown of Blevins died at her homo Wednesday, December 29. .Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Margarett N. Williams and children spent the holidays in little Rock visiting' her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watkins have returned to their home in Chicago, 111. after spending the holidays ' with Mr. Watkins' mother, Mrs..Mary, E. Watkins, and other relatives. Here's How Sugar Bowl Take Is Split J|EW ORLEANS UP) Ever won- AjF about what becomes of the rfefreipts taken in at a major New Year's football bowl game? The National Collegiate Athletic Association has a set of rules on how the money is divided and how the tickets are distributed if the bowl game involves a mimter co;- lege. So let's talte the expected figures for Saturday's Sugar Bowl dame here in which Navy and Mississippi will compete_ as an example. The total cash recript^ which includes money from ticktt sales, programs hot dogs, radio and TV rights, will approach the half-million mark . ' ,. First ome the taxes. Uncle Sam gets 51 cents for every $6 seat, the city Df New Orleans 26 cents and the state of Louisiana 15 cents. Their aggregate will be about $41 000 to the United States, $21,000 tc the city and $12,000 to the slate. Of the rpmainder, the NCAA lules permit the sponsoring organization to kf>ep 25 per cent; That will be roughly $125,000 and out of this, the Sugar Bcwl fathers make a voluntary gift if $35.000 to-tho National Foundation for In- fnntile Paralysis. The res t goes for operating expenses. If the sponsoring group is not involved in any stadium indebtedness_ all the remaining 75 per cent must be distributed to the two competing colleges. Mrs. 'Reola Lomax and family spent the holidays with, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Norwood. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Ray and son. Mrs. Dorothy Woods, Miss Norma J. Moses. Miss Louise Cleghorn and Mrs. Lucille Stuart have returned to their home in Omaha, Nebr., after, spending the holidays with relatives and friends. Mrs. Carrie McGehee and Miss Geneva McGehee. of Austin- Tex., spent the holidays visiting relatives and friends. Miss Irene Palmer have returnee} to her home in Chicago, 111., after spending the holidays with her mother. Mrs. Francis, Phillips, and daughter, Patricia Ann. ;•-;'' Mrs. Cardell Casby .has returned to her home in 'Montgomery, Ala., after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Weatherspobn, and other relatives. • Mrs. Mary'Spears of Otisville, Mich., spent Christmas with her mother. Mrs. Delia Lewis, and other relatives. TCU Dumps Tide, Porks Trounce A&M HOUSTON <ffi Texas Christian iipset Alabama 77-03 here last night a victory that gave the Horned Frogs the championship of the Southwest Conference basketball tournament. Center Dick O'Neal a G-foot-7 sophomore, scored 24.points in the first.half and six more in the second to lead TCU past the favored Tide, guest, team in the tournament and holder of 12th place Jn the national Associated Press, poll. Arkansas took third place with a 74-70 victory over Texas A&M, Southern''Methodist beat Rice 88-63 for the consolation title and Baylor downed Texas 83-75 for seventh place in, other games. Arkansas thundered to a 51-39 fcalflime lead against Texas A&M, but s.aw. the margin, dissolve into a Legal Notice Cotton Bowl reserved tickets. See Dr. JU J. Harold, Pres- 283t SAND, Gravel, topsoil, fill dir? Phpne 7-4392. A. L. Park. Dec. 27-1 mo. Singer electric . „ machine, ' fully reconditioned and guaranteed. Takeover payments, balance' due $34.50. JFpr information write Box A % Hppp Star, ' ' 28-3t IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF VS. GUS GILMORE AND PARALEE GILMORE DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The defendant, Paralee Gilmore,' s hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of Hope Federal Savings & Loan Associa- ion, plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as :ierk of this Court on this 29th day of December, 1954. GARRETT WILLIS Clerk Dee. 30, Jan C, 13, 20 400 WHJTE Bock an4 Indjan River fryers, 9 weeks old. 4 Turkeys. See J, D. Hall, at CCC camp, SPUth on highway 29, SH.t Wanted JOOO BUSHELS of ear corn. Hope Feed <?o. Phone 7'2547. 23-6t Opportunity „,_ „, Interested in renting „ new Won Service Station at 3rd LjaureJ, contact S. L. Murphy ' 7*26P7. 28-3t toit , downtown area of treet. Initialed "J. A. C.' to Pole'? Powble p}p. Re Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD '• ; CHANCERY COURT ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE :.... PLAINTIFF' VS. J. W. POLLARD AND E. FRANCES J. POLLARD, HIS WIFE; AND MRS. CECIL MAY ALLISON, INCOMPETENT, AND REVA GARRETT SNYDER AS GUARDIAN FOR MRS. CECIL MAY ALLISON, INCOMPETENT . . DEFENDANTS WARNING ORPER The defendants, J. W. Ppilard and E. Frances J. Pollard, hi? wife, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty-days hereafter and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as Clerk of this jpourt on this 22nd day of December, 1954. GARRETT WILLIS ClerJs Gee. ^ 30 4 Jan., ft !§ Dallas Ready to Adopt Hogs as Heroes By RAY STEPHENS DALLAS (IP).— Arkansas football Coach Bowden Wyatt said today that he regards Georgia Tech as a six-point favorite to \vhip the Razorbaclis in the 1955 Cotton Bowl Saturday. Wyatt and his 34-man squad ar- rive.d aboard a special train in Dallas this morning. The train was delayed more than two hours by mechanical failure. Wyptt torn reporters that, "we will be tickled to death' : to'hold Georgia Tech to two to.uchjlpwns. I don't know how m'any.w^ can score. •' Asked if he thought the current •ix points favoring Georgia Term were, correct, 'Wyatt replied, "X 6 ? that's about right," The Arkansas coach '.said he planned a workout for the Razorbacks this afternoon. Wyat'-'t said the Arkansas team would work on pa,ss defense and its kicking game but that there would t?P no contact work. • . :'-,"?' The Arkansas squad ;wfe, greeted by a delegation of Cp.IjtJSn' Bowl officials at the railroad ^station Each player received-a new cowboy hat from Southern Methodist University co-eds and tl-.eH traveled by bus to the Stoneleigh Hotel where they will stay while in Dallas. '; There's no doubt that the Razorbacks will have the crowd with them when they take - the field c'gainst Georgia Tech. In addition to the 25,000 Arkansas w|o ara expected to be on hand, %• Porkers will have the benefit of Texas cheers. • Generally speaking. Texas fans are convinced that the Razbrbacks will stop Georgia Tech and uphold the prestige of, the Southwest Conference. This feeling is based primarily, on the idea tha t any team which whipped fivsl. Texas schools, can't possibly lose to a teem .from outside the- Sputhwest Conference. » Only two brief, light practice sessions have been scheduled jhere fpr the Rnzprbacks. The Porters will work out this afternoon art Friday ni SMU's Ownby Stadium. 'No contact work has been scheduled. ' A big rpund of entertainment has been scheduled for both'the Arkansas and Georgia Tech players, who also were to arrive today. Arkansas Coach Ttowden Wyatt end Tech.'s Coach, Bobby -Dodd, will meet reporters at news conferences today. The players were to bg free after, the welcoming ceremonies uiitil their afternoon workouts. Tonight, both squad s are to attend the, stage show "Three For Tonight." Private movies frr players on both teams are' scheduled for Friday night, and the big wards banquet- is on tap for Saturday night. Both Wyatt and Dodd aro to address the Saturday Morning Quarterback Club tomorrow morning. The vanguard of 25,000 Arkansas fjns are expected to arrive in Dallas tonight. They'll represent Ihe largest out-of-statc delegation ever tc attend a Cotton Bowl game. Only about 8,000 fans aro expect- frcm Georgia Tech, Every hotel and tourist court in Dallas have reserved all j, their rooms, and the overflow '•' crowd rias taken up all tourist facilities in surrounding towns. Fights Last Night By The Ag,s9«»ated re§$ Miami, Fla- Paul Andrews, O"/*, Buffalo, N. Y. stopped Boardwalk Billy Smith, 175, Atlantic (Sity. 6,. Manila Danny Kidd, 112, Marula, knocked out Vinpg Blake, ill, Australia 7..for Philippine flyweight title). 64-64 tie with thye« minutes left in 1Jhe fight fpr third place. Fouv free throws and a crip shot t>y Bubby Sniiht led the Arkansas ?a)}y that put the Porkers tack po top at ttv? n wh 1 ," " whale slashed se keipflgine tp Cdge Teams Here Friday Friday night on the local court * he Bobcats will take on the strong 'exarkaha fiazorbacks. The jfiirtior quads of the two schools meet at i:30 and the senior boys play at 8 o'clock. . It wiiTb.e the third meeting of the /n te.ams and each has one vic- ry. ,In' the first session the Tex- arkatfians downed the Bobcats on he'Razorback court and in turn werit down in; defeat when they came to Hope. ' V Jfriday night's contest should irove to • -be 'tops. THEN AND NOW—Sammy Baugh raises Herefords on a 6355-acie lanch hard by Rotan, Tex. In an extraordinary 16-year career with the Washington Redskins, Slmgin' Sammy set.more than a dozen passing records that remain in the- books* Texas Christian's most famous football nam^ still. keeps his hand in the game assisting in the coaching', of Hardm-Simmons. (NBA) ._•_._„ 'I'LL CHOOSE YOU'—Referee Bud Lowell- and Minnesota's Chuck Mcnccl look like they're getting ready to settle their argument by choosing during Notre Dame contest. (NEA) .By GAYLE TALBOT. By. E DCORRIGAN For Gayle Talbot) NEW YORK UP! The big bowl games in recent years have lost a great d-3al of their national interest and the situation shows no signs of improving in the immediate future. This year's lineup of the four major bowls is a case in point. The Ross Bowl, once the big attraction on New Year's Day, sends Southern California, an also-ran behind UCLA in the Pacific Coast Conference against Ohio State, Big Ten winner. The Sugar Bowl pits Navy, probably the best of .the weak Eastern sector, against Mississippi , Southeastern Conference victor, and a cJub that has been accused of playing a weak schedule. In he Orange Bowl, it's Nebraska, second best in the Bit; Seven t against Duke, the class cf.. the Atlantic Coast Conference, And in. the Cotton Bowl, Arkansas, which won the Southwest Conference title in a squeak, plays Georgia Tech, a strong finisher in the Southeastern loop. Now this is a singularly unim- posirig setup. It isn't the fault of the promoters who want the beat, although in their efforts !o get the cream off the top, some of them may have outwitted themselves by signing up with conference;:. . The Rose Bowl has a contract for the winners of the Pacific: Coast end Big Ten. That's fine, except that neither conference permits a teams to play two years in a row, which is why Ohio State finds itself in the uncviable position of having everything to lose and nothing to gain. The Orange Bowl is committed tc the winners of the Big Seven and Atlantic: Coast conferenc.es. But there's a joker here also. Thu B-ig Seven has the same rule, us the Big Ten and PCC. A team can t appear twice in a row. The Atlantic Coast Conference has nc such rule. : .. Th.e Cotton '.'Bowl installs '.'the Sputhwest Conference winner ' : -as host and then invites another school, usually fiom the Southeastern Conference. The Sugar Bowl is in the best position pf. all .with no contracts. But even this" is a gamble. The conference winners v/i'.h tieups could be the real powers on any given year, which would leave th3 Sugar Bowl people the ,odds and ends. Here are the choices; Ohio State over Southern Cal, Mississippi over Navy, Duke over Nebraska, Georgia Tech over Arkansas. rNOT ENOUGH SNQW Tenn. (UP) The U P today) a,nd the Army t Only ,, depot Here up for sale. The reason; There hasn't been, deep, , tP Plow f or.se v- Otto, Perry Top. All-Star Pro Selections •NEW YORK l/pl Otto Graham v.'hose brilliancy paced the Clove Isnd Browns to the National Foot tall League championship, and Joe Perry, ace fullback of the -Sar Francisco 49ers, are the tr.p me.' on the Associated Press I!)54 All- Pro Football team announced today. Graham was chosen as quarter bc'ck for the mythical 22-man two platoon team for the sixth season while Perry, an All-Pro in 1953 a well was the top vote getter in the poll of AP member paper footba'l experts and AP staff men. The Detroit Lions, trampled 50 10 by the Browns in last Sunday's playoff, placed six men on Hit squad. The Browns gained thre positions as did the Philadelphia Eafflcs and 49ers. The 'Pittsburg' Sleelers had two men voted to the squad while the Los Angeles Rams New York. Giants, Chicago Cardi rials, Green Bay Packers and Bal timore Colts each placed one play er. Lions named were halfbacl Doak Walker, tackle Lou Creekmur and guard Dick Stanfcl on the offensive unit and safety Jack Christiansen linebacker Joe Schmidt and guard Lcs Bingamnn on the dcfesive setup. Browns besides Grp.ham \vlio were chosen are Lou (Tnc Toe) Grozo, a fine tackle and an export on placements, and Lcn Ford, great defensive end. Bruno Banducci, a veteran of 11 years as a guard, and tackle Leo Nomc'lini were! the others from Snn Francisco. The these Eagles chosen were end Pete Pihr.-s, Charley (Chuck) Bednarik end Norm Willey. Bednarik a former All- American.at Pcnn, mac'.e the team for the fifth straight year. A center in one-platoon football, he now is a linebacker. •Pittsburgh's two players on the squau are Bill Wai"-h ar.d Date .Oodiill. Others selected were ; halfback Ollie Matson o.f the Cardinals, end Bob Boyd of the Rams, tackle Art Donovan of the Colts, Tom Landry of the Giants 8i a defensive half- bank along with Bob Dillon of the Packers. Basketball By The Associated Press ; Dixie .Classic . ; N. C. State' 85; Minnesota"- 84 [championship) North-Carolina 05; Duke 52 (for .bird) Wake Forst 93.; Southern Califor- lia 85 (for fifth) West Virginia 79; Cornell 71 ((or seventh) Sugar Bowl (First Round) Holy CI-OBS 89; Bradley,81 Notre Dame 66; New -Orleans (Loyola 45 Holiday Festival Duquesne 80; Dayton 75 (semi final) • LaSt.Ho 85; UCLA 77 (semifinal) Niagara 91; Syracuse 70 (conso lations Eyracuse eliminted). St. Johns (Bkn ) 89; Villanova 77 (consolatio n ViJlanova eliminat ed) Big Seven Missouri 95; Oklahoma 87 (semi final) ' • Kansas State 70; Iowa State 8 (semifinal) Colorado 89; Nebraska 47 (con elation) California 65; Kifnsas 62 • (conso Jation) Northern PCC Classic Washington 58; Oregon State 5 (championship, overtime) : Wash State 64;-Idsho 56-(consolation) All American City Maryland 83; Rhode Islan-J 66 (semifinal) " Cincinnat i 83; Evansville . , 62, (remifinal) Denver 88; Mississippi 81 (consolation, overtime) Kentucky Wesleyan 89; Tsxas Tech' S!6 (consolation) ; a Southwest Conference fc» N. CState, *P*^|"T •** • « ' • { •' • TCUTopsin Toumamehts % By SHELDON SAKOWIT Of 'The' Associated Press Undefeated North, Carolina State collegiate ^basketball's secorid-ragk- • ng- "team, -and unheralded ...texq's, Christian .shared the ' tqurr.am.'eht; spp'tlight 'tgdgy after capturirig' . chamliiqnships ..in -a pair of "hoii-, flny •classics. • . . •-".;' , . : -< ." North ' Carolina ! State nipped j. innesota V85-84-- last night- to .'.win *" .he;,p].%ie Classic for the fifth, time i ;ri';jsi}f .years. : 'Everett ^C.aie's -Wolf- papjk; ; extended' their .winning streak . to, .13, But -it 'took a field goal ,by : sophomore reserve John . Maglio . with nine' seconds to 'play to State through after Underdog nesbta ' had overcome an eight- point halftime deficit. ...Gophers' Dick Gannaker; who wound 'up with 24 points, hAJ put. the big 10 representatives infc front 84-83 on a basket with 17 seconds to go. • ". Texas Christian also paced by a sophoinore, stunned favored "Ala- b?ma, 77-62 to win the Southwest Conference Tournament. 1 D.ic'k O'Neal, a 6-7 center, scored. 24 points in the first half fcr- the Horned Frogs and the Crirhson Tide never recovered. V.'ound. up v/ith 30 points. LaS^lle, No. 3_. apd DuquesntS No.''-8, were victorious in the sem.j-flp '• tinai-bracket of the ECAC fl Festival in : New York;. The i* <J Texas Christain 77; (championship) Alabama 63 . Arkansas 74; T.exas .A&M 70 .(for third) ' , :' Southern Methodist 88; Rice 63 (for fifth) '.. ' •'". (for- sev- Southwestern ,' 77; .Tiliss.ou.ri ' LOW LITTLE SQCK W) A bid of §1,584,884 by Farnsvyorth Chambers Co. oj FoA't Worth _ Tex., was ih" fcpparent low of six bids> svtbmlttgd on Concrete work for j^je Little AJjr J°m PfilW; . , , P« % ^r^Fpngmeer's of- 5j»i4 the gpyernment's estimate Pfl the job, which includes 2J9,QOQ sauarp yards ol concrete Baylor 89; Texas 75 enth) , . Sunshine Tourney McKcndree 66; • Okla G2 (semifinal) Fort Hayes State Mines 75 (semifinal' 1 Western (Colo) State 53;'.Southwestern' La. 52 (consolation); : Eastern New Mexico 72; .Taylor 66 (consolation) ".,'-• ' • '.. Midwest Tourney Northwestern La. 89; Central Missouri (semifinal) 1 Anderson 52; DePauw '48 (semifinal) .' . '. Indiana State 64; Indiana Central 47 (Central eliminated) Quincy Invitational •• . Western Illinois. 97; Quincy. 84 (semifinal) . ' '';•'.,. St. Ambrose Iowa 76; "' llir.ois Normal 75 (semifinal) . ' Kirksvilie (Mo) 72; L:-ras 62 (consolation) '•'•'• Illinois Wesleyan 85; Monmouth 68 (consolation) Kansas Conference . ;'• (First Round) -•.-'• '-j McFherson 64; Baker ,(Kan) 52 College of Emporiai 80;. Bethany (Kan) 57 ' : ; . • ' '••' Kansas Wesleyan 85; 'Btthel '81 Southwestern (Kan) 111; Friends 59 -" '• •'••* Ottawa (Kan) Invitational' Ottawa (K?.n) 51; Baker: (Kan)' 49 (championship) Washburn 93; Culver Stockton 77 (consolation) Lake Ch a rles (Ua) Toi.irne/ Southeastern Okla 84; Lamar Tech 73 McNeese 53; Sam Houston State 49 Other Games Wisconsin 66; Princeton 64 Stanford 72; Vanderbilt 64 Colo A&M 66; Miss Southern 50 Wichita 87; Arizona 6,4 San Francisco 70; San - Diego State 56 New Mexico 83; Central Qkla C4 de^phia Explorers, sparked by ; A!l- = Arperica Tom Cola's 29 -'.'.pplrits, • turned back iSth-ranked UCLA:'83- • 77. • A 39-point pcrfcrmar.ee .'by •• D.ick; Rlcketts including- 19 of 13 jj fpee throws- - featurbd Duqussnc'g . 90-i75: rpui of Dayton, No. 4. , -; ; - J 'Twc other members of the tpp ' lp-:'breezed to victories in 7 tourha"- ' rne.nt play. George Washington* ' Np. ; 9 > v/hipped William and'Mary^ 67-73 ;m»,he semifinals of. the Rich r mphd -Invitational as'Corky Devlin trid 'j6e,Ho'li'p scored 56 points ta,e- 5 twee'n, them. Niagara, NP.. ; }0, f trounced Syracuse 91-71 in, '^-aa i ECAC icc^^olation round game.''' ' r. ' 'Here's the tournament situation !; at'•.a-glance: . • ';! '•'Sugar -.B owlf (New 'Orleans) ' ' Notre Dgrne downed 'Loyola J lot r ; Orleans .66-45 and defending By The Associated Prew • ' Rochester 93; New Yprls 69 Philadelphia 72; Syracuse 70, Minneapolis 129; (overtime) Hot Springs HplidTy Tsurney (Quar(erfinaU-) Catholic High 73; Lakeside 4ft El Dai-ado 65; Nashville i5 Hot Springs 72; Bauxjte 5fji Jessieville 60; Magnet Coye if PEACE GROGVJp.E, Okl a., \\hen,Mrs. S, E 1 . Grant tba| ^he invite some frjen today her fat Grant, objected. "Just peace and aujft, tjj»t'f I want," Grsn* sa^r *"_* Mrs. Grant celebrate^ hj$ charnpion. Holy Cross-. . dfifeaterl,,' B.r:id.ley 89-81'1n first-round games.'"? Th'e ; winners meet for the title to- ryight.-.•-';.."'' • • '- '••-•• •••'-• •ECAC .Festival (New York) * r plays Duquesne in-the iti- f :• Friday night. \ . • -• S •:Big ; "Se'ven (Kansas •• City) '. f T:Hree-time champion Kansas Stat* f cpsstic'd into the final with;a 70-60 * conqutist:: of-.-Iowa State^ '•Karisa's | State.<wiU-meet Missouri', 9Si87'^vlhb- | t(ir, pver'.Oklahoma, for the 'chh'm- ' ; tonight. Rip hmon,d In vitational 'Rich-' mprid .trounced Virginia Tech' KJkfyl and ..y?ill- oppose favJpred Gedrfie Washington,, in the finals •• tonight*:- .•All-Arnerican (Owensbord, 1 - -ity'. : ). \ ODefen'ding champion Marylarid disposed of Rhode Island a3-86,;aiid svjll- ffice, Cincinnati 82-62- vicl-Qr/.y over Evansville, -in tonight's cham- jUOn.ship game. : -:.>:. ?; ;Nor(hern 'Division Pacific. Coast ^oijfneyv (Seattle) WaEliirigtoh., Slia'dedJOregoh State 58 : 57 i|) : .oybr* V feV ,t,o ;\vih ew;.Eri0and Invitation XStbrrS, n.) , .- ; Connecticut, an'd - :' '.p'a'it- irii>uth, A) 'bpth unbeaten, tangle' T,ih 6iht' ; - 'finals. COnriectjcut, . ;; ' : .ihe . c'harnpiori, 1 : elimi fll,88 and Dartmouth dued MJddlebury 73-69. Hofstra Invitational (Hcmpstead ^.Y.) Lafayette .throttled Mari. 89-69 and Hofstra overwhe}nied Delaware. 115-63 in the semifinals* '' The two winners come to grips in* f .tonight's; finals. ' ''' ; Qufieri City (Buffalo) No games '•'. were played last night. Georgia 'J.; Tech plays Cfinisius tonisrht wjth f t.he winner meetins St. Bonaven- '. ture in the finals Saturday night. i: PSC Cuts Proposed * Rate Hike LITTLE ROCK W , General Telephone Co, 9 | the Southwest's request for a $3Q2.()OQ general rat« jnqrer.se has been whittled to $35.- W by the Arkansas j» ub j ic Service Commission. Th* |1SC ordered the firm tp make up the deficiency by increasing charges fp r private branch ex* f ASKJ^^SI HlJ£CQ)lf|fiGQ^§ sorvic^*n* »nd by 'ncreasing the cost of *, '*. F3X telephone call from five to 1& cents, . * j filed lh? »P* ' e increase April fa • a 7,4 per ctnt rsti Inves^fnent. .which, hag h$9$i AngeJ9 < T*^-. <*yf* ,-,^,, ejtJvange? j,j 4yg f ivtas, eettep iqmt -Mai,; "- & fl , l ,/ ! «>/?'". '>JDi''i < .7i*', ILONOII WOULDN'T IT G& ON EASIER IF VOUR PAIMT WAS THINNER? Nautical ACROSS 1 Nautical term 6 — ship 11 Capstan bar 12 - a boat collision 13 Holdfasts for ropes aboard ship 14 Sell in small quantities i 16 Flings 17 Native . policeman of India 1C Fruit drink i 19 Membranous pouch 22 Mariner's direction 23 Explain 25 Beverage 26 Ropes have many aboard a sailing vessel | 27"— that . I mooring line" j 30 Bounding • 31 Greater quantity 34 Auricle j 35 Hops' kilns • 39 Anger ; 40 New lines i (ab:) : 41 Exist 42 Assessment amount 45 One who tries ! 47 Nullifies ; 49 Crustacean's : claws ; 50 Muse of lyric : poetry ; 51 Having cones ,52 European I fench 5i Goads fcowfi 1 Intimate 2 Altered a ship's course 3 Grandparental 4 Hardens 5 Transposes (ab.) 6 Vehicle 7 Genus of birds 8 Anatomical network -.--. 9 Juice berries 2? Half-em 10 Indolent 13 Scorch . , •'IS Lixivi'iitns'•;' 19 Pilfered . 20 Antenna' : ', 21 Provides food 24 Essential . being ' • MOPI SfAft, HP Mr A I R A M§ •f Clikk Y**nf OZAtK Iftl J, K. 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